Sunday, December 25, 2011

Happy ChristmaHannuKwanzaakah, with a Side of Serenity.

Here at Tri-ing to be Athletic we are a multi-ethnic family.  So,

Happy Chanukah!


And Merry Christmas!


And if you celebrate Kwanzaa,


(That means "Happy Kwanzaa" according to the official Kwanzaa site.)

And if you don't partake in any of the above celebrations,


I hope you're all enjoying some time off as I am this week.





UPCOMING POSTS:  PARTS 2 AND 3 OF THE DANSKIN 2O11, AND BLOG AWARDS

18 comments:

  1. Happy Holidays! (easier to say than typing out all the rest). Yay for vacay! (even though I'm not on vacay actually, but I DO work half days this week, so I'll take it). Hope you're having a great day :)

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  2. You are so awesome :) Happy Holidays!!!!! xo

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  3. MegO: Yes, definitely easier :) Hope you're having a great Christmas!

    Ali: Thanks! I hope you're enjoying your family time!

    Gia: And to you as well!

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  4. We do Hanukkah and Christmas too!! So fun!!! Happy holidays!

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  5. LGH: Thanks! Back Atcha!

    5 Miles Past Empty: LB is a lucky guy! Happy holidays to you and your family :)

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  6. Love the drawings. I'll be all-inclusive and lazy and say 'Happy Holidays"!

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  7. Happy Merry Christmahanukwanzakuh!! I've totally been skimping on any idea of a diet this weekend and lovin' it. Be safe and enjoy the holiday!

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  8. Pickleope: Thanks! Laziness has its perks :D

    Kurt: Yay! You wrote it out too :) Thanks! Enjoy the food :)

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  9. I love this! Hybrid words are the best!

    And how lucky are you to celebrate two biggies during the holidays?

    Answer: very!

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  10. Hope you have had a great vaca so far!! Happy Holidays to you guys too-can't wait to get together!!

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  11. jennie: It just may be the longest hybrid word I've used to date!

    Erika: Super-relaxing! Let me know what day works for you!

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  12. Merry Crimbo!

    I trust you celebrated with a Christmas triathlon ritual - swimming through a pool of alcoholic festive punch, pushing a giant Christmas pudding up a hill then riding a reindeer down the other side!

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  13. Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, Happy Hanukkah, Happy (?) Kwanzaa, etc. etc.

    Hope that it is/was all wonderful!

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  14. Cranface: Thank you! My day consisted more of surfing the internet, but sometimes you can only do one sport a day.

    Lindsay: Thanks! Hope your first Christmas away from home was great :)

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  15. So totally belated but Happy All Inclusive Everything to you as well. I hope you and TriGuy have a fantastic 2012.

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  16. VV: Better belated than never ;) Hope you and E2 had a good holiday.

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